Secret Energy

Secret Energy When wolf shifter Robin agreed to cover for his older brother Tim and Tim s lover Jay he never imagined feeling so stifled Tim s overprotective attitude suffocates him Pressure from within the urge t

  • Title: Secret Energy
  • Author: Chris T. Kat
  • ISBN: 9781627988865
  • Page: 365
  • Format: ebook
  • When wolf shifter Robin agreed to cover for his older brother Tim and Tim s lover Jay, he never imagined feeling so stifled Tim s overprotective attitude suffocates him Pressure from within the urge to find his own mate mounts daily With a little help from Jay, Robin finally convinces Tim to let him go for a run alone, but he has no inkling that his life will change forWhen wolf shifter Robin agreed to cover for his older brother Tim and Tim s lover Jay, he never imagined feeling so stifled Tim s overprotective attitude suffocates him Pressure from within the urge to find his own mate mounts daily With a little help from Jay, Robin finally convinces Tim to let him go for a run alone, but he has no inkling that his life will change forever as a result.Unexpectedly, he finds his mate Peter Brannigan, an old and special soul, and the one shifter who can bring balance to Robin s life The new couple spend days together, developing their bond as mates Yet even as they explore and cement their relationship, crisis looms just ahead when an old enemy of the pack shows up and kills someone Robin loves.

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    1. This book pales in comparison to book one in this series. I really liked book one, and I think I was one of the few people to rate it as five stars. This book demonstrates that I may have been completely wrong with my generous initial review since this book is not good; in fact, it is just plain bad. It annoyed me from beginning to end. There are almost no redeeming qualities about the book, the prose used in the book, the character development, or the story. This book picks up two weeks after t [...]

    2. I feel bad, horrible. Why? Because I cannot give this book a good review. It was very disappointing. I was looking forward to this sequel since I finished reading the first book(which was left on somewhat of a cliffhanger). I really really LOVED the first book, Secret Chemistry. I am not sure what happened. It is as if a whole different person decided to pick up and continue the series. That is how drastically different this book is to the first one. I am very sorry. Sorry, for this review and s [...]

    3. I didn't like this one as much as the first one, but I can't put my finger on why. Maybe I just feel like mocking people for the way they talk is unnecessarily cruel. Some parts were inconsistent, and then other parts went on for way too long. The beginning was great, but it then floundered, for me. I still hope there's more to this series, and I'll keep reading if there is.

    4. 2.7 stars. Like a lot of readers I loved the first book and had high hopes for this one. While not a bad story, it doesn't come up to the same level of the first one. The new characters do not seem to be fully developed, the relationship between Robin and Peter felt forced, and the story has some pacing issues, but the plot does build on from the first book and it introduces some neat concepts with the wear-bears/hybrid abilities and the energy lines.

    5. The review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.For weeks now, Robin has lived with his brother, Tim, and his brother’s mate, envying and yearning for the connection they’ve developed so quickly. But fed up with Tim’s over-protectiveness, Robin needs to go for a run and be alone. Unfortunately, with the pack’s old enemy still out there, Robin can’t go anywhere without Tim shadowing him. With the help of Tim’s mate, Robin can finally roam the woods himself and, in doing so, s [...]

    6. Immediately following the events of Secret Chemistry, Tim's younger brother, Robin, finds himself sequestered from the world due to the fact that members of his pack are hunting hybrids. Robin is pure-blood, but he also possesses powers others in the pack would like to extinguish. Tim struggles with trying to protect his hybrid mate, Jay, and keep his feisty little brother in line.While on a rare run through the forest without his protective brother by his side, Robin discovers his mate. The onl [...]

    7. 3.75 star review by MariekeThis was the second book in this series, and I absolutely loved the first one. That’s why I really wanted to read this one. I was hoping for another tear jerking story, because the first one did give me wet eyes.There were, however, not as many tear-inducing scenes. There was a lot more action in this one, though. There were moments that had me really scared and afraid to read on.Robin is a bit of a brat, acting immature at times, even if he means well. But then agai [...]

    8. This is the sequel to Secret Chemistry and pretty much takes place right where that books leaves off. In this book Robin, Tim’s brother, is living with Tim and Jay and jealous of their mating. He lives with them to help protect them and to protect his own secret skill set. Robin goes wandering one day and finds his mate in the woods, a 200 year old bear/wolf hybrid. Even though Peter (the bear hybrid) acts like an old fuddy duddy and is pretty condescending to Robin, the mating chemistry over- [...]

    9. A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsSo lots worked well for me here. First off, I loved Robin in Secret Chemistry and was thrilled to see him get his own story here. Robin is fun and sarcastic and feisty and just a fun character. He is also sweet and sensitive, caring for the feelings of others and very in tune to what others are feeling. At the same time, he is also young and impulsive and acts with his heart first and not always his head. Peter is a great match for him, as a much older bear shifte [...]

    10. I love these characters! Robin and his mate Peter are the main focus of this book but Tim and Jay are still prevalent characters in this novel. It was nice to see Tim and Jay’s relationship mature through this book as they are forced to deal with extreme stress and a tragedy. I really loved the interaction between Robin and Peter but I would love to have gotten some more information specific to were-bears and the other magical abilities and species mentioned. Robin was a little too immature at [...]

    11. ******FTC disclaimer: I received the book for free through First Reads******I have not read the first book so I cannot comment on whether this one is better or worse. So Robin is living with brother Tim who has a mate who has a father who Robin finds his mate who is as over bearing as any other love interest in any other typical romance novel. Most of the matings are problematic but I suppose it's OK because there's the whole alpha wolf/bear dominance thing. I'm sorry but I really hated Peter. [...]

    12. While I don't like Robin better anymore than the first book (I still think he is a 12 year old in a 19 year old body), at least I am not so confused anymore. Several of the plot points I was left scratching my head about in Secret Chemistry is resolved now (so THAT's why an Alpha can heal). I am not thrilled about this pairing, though. I can only feel sympathy for Peter being mated with that immature little poop.

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